LeBron James Signed 20x24 Photo, 2012 Miami Heat NBA Finals. Upper Deck UDA
LeBron James Signed 20x24 Photo, 2012 Miami Heat NBA Finals. Upper Deck UDA
LeBron James Signed 20x24 Photo, 2012 Miami Heat NBA Finals. Upper Deck UDA
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LeBron James Signed 20x24 Photo, 2012 Miami Heat NBA Finals. Upper Deck UDA

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King James - 1st Career NBA Title!L

LeBron James has been at the forefront of the basketball world ever since he was a teenager, when he was a high school phenom already being compared to the game’s all-time greats. No other athlete has ever faced such high expectations.

As avid collectors and sports fans, we simply love to debate. Perhaps now there is no greater debate in sports than the growing rivalry between Michael Jordan and LeBron James... who is the Greatest of All-Time, Air Jordan or King James? It's discussed incessantly on television and social media, and it seems as if the argument will never end. No matter which side you’re on, hopefully we can all agree that they're the two best to ever do it… no disrespect to Kareem, Magic, Bird, Kobe and the other legends!

The pressure was on LeBron James to win a title after his controversial departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010, and then losing in The Finals to Dirk Nowitzky and the Dallas Mavericks in his first season with the Miami Heat. However, in 2012 LeBron James enjoyed one of the greatest seasons of all-time, and he finally captured that elusive title he so desperately coveted… he was also named regular season MVP, Finals MVP, All-NBA First Team, All-Defensive First Team, and won an Olympic Gold Medal with Team USA.

The 2012 NBA Title was LeBron’s first of now four championships, and offered here is an iconic oversized 20x24 photograph of the Heat after that championship win. It features James with his Miami teammates, including Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. LeBron’s signature is huge, measuring 8 inches in length, and the bold silver ink contrasts perfectly off the black background. Despite being an active player, there is still a high premium for LeBron’s autograph because of his caliber, and he simply does not sign that often. Authenticated by Upper Deck (hologram sticker only)